Learn How to Make Trusted SHAKEN/STIR Calls Using Twilio
Unlawful robocalls are eroding the value of the public telephone network - making it harder for both consumers and carriers to distinguish wanted vs. unwanted or illegal calls. Fortunately, the public telephone network is under a massive migration to IP-based network making innovation possible again. The first of many improvements to come is restoring trust in the caller. Come learn how to make trusted SHAKEN/STIR calls and increase your answer rates and learn how to use SHAKEN/STIR verification results to route calls to your agents.
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Intermediate (201)
Digital Transformation Use Case
Industry Trends
Technical Session
Trusted Communications
On Demand
Talk - 30 min
Tim Beyers

Principal Product Manager at Twilio

Tim Beyers is a Principal Product Manger in the Voice&Video BU at Twilio. He has launched a variety of products including <Pay> Connectors, SIP Registration, Dialing Permissions and most recently is working on SHAKEN/STIR call authentication. Prior to Twilio, Tim held a variety of positions building products for the data center. Tim has a degree in Systems Design Engineering from University of Waterloo and a Masters in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.